Birthdays are special days in our lives as we celebrate the rare gift of life. A time we count our blessings and re-strategize for the future, hoping that we have more reasons to celebrate future years in grandstyle.
It is no longer news that Africa's most richest man, Alhaji Aliko Dangote is celebrating his 64th birthday today. Aliko Dangote who was born on the 10th of April 1957 is the founder of the Dangote Group which majors in cement production, flour, sugar among others.
Wishing the business mogul a happy birthday, Billionaire Femi Otedola had shared on his official Instagram page, an old photo of Aliko Dangote.
"Happy Birthday to my Brother Aliko Dangote, one of our Continent’s Greatest 🙏🏾 Soar higher brother", he wrote while sharing the photo.
In this short piece, I want to briefly discuss that the before and now photos of Aliko Dangote should motivate one not to give up in life.
If Aliko Dangote who is in the photo above can transform to the Dangote in the photo below, then, you too can achieve greatness.
All you need to do is not to give up on those dreams and work towards making them a reality.
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